IFIM Business School, Bangalore Review
This is one of the worst MBA colleges in Bangalore.
- Fees is very very high compared to many other similar colleges in Bangalore.
- Not much facilities provided even though they charge hefty fees.
- Placements are not good except for Finance students.
- This is an autonomous college. They have their own procedures to grade students.
- Number of in-house faculties is very less.
- Outside faculties do whatever they want and behave in whatever way they like, management does not interfere.
- Both in-house and outside faculties are not good. They have weak concepts.
- Management knowingly gives very less grades so that students pay money and appear in re-exams.
- They do not show end-term exam copies. So nobody knows that whatever grade is given to a student is correct or not.
- To see mid-term exam copies, again they charge money for each subject.
- They fail students in ask them to repeat the year. For that student has to pay the fees for that year again apart from losing one precious of career.
- Even if student is suffering from major illness, management does not consider the attendance. Attendance has marks attached to them.
- Faculties do whatever they want. They may decide to fail 90% of the batch for unjustified reasons. Management does not interfere (obviously it is good them).
- Hostel charges are very high compared to facilities provided. Hostel is in very remote area and one cannot find auto and taxi there. One cannot even give address to outsiders so that they can reach there. It is in so much remote area.
- College buses ply between College and Hostel (I think 3-4 kms distance). This starts from 8 in the morning till 7:30 in the evening. After that noone can go out.
- Even if one has train at 12:30 in the night, they need to leave hostel by 07:30 PM has there is no way to go outside.
- Food in hostel is pathetic.
So overall, the attitude of management justifies that this is a private college in true sense.
I heard all this from many students of college and they strictly told us not to join. They did not want to disclose their names to avoid any action from management.